Metro Bank has launched a new developer portal for FCA-registered third parties wishing to build services on top of its APIs.
The portal has been built in collaboration with Google’s Apigee team and allows access to the bank’s PSD2 API documentation and sandbox.
It uses Apigee’s Edge API management platform and developers will also be able to test out simple API queries that return sample data.
Craig Donaldson, CEO at Metro Bank (pictured above), said: “PSD2 has the power to shake up UK banking and inject more competition and choice into the market.
“By working with market-leading Apigee API management, our developer portal will provide third parties with the building blocks they need to develop even more products and services to help make customers’ lives easier.
“I’m excited to see how APIs are leveraged; I genuinely think it will be transformational.”
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